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Student organizations, including NEU Speakout, were present at the Oct. 6 rally for reproductive rights and trans rights. The rally on Northeasterns campus was part of the national YDSAs Day of Student Action for Reproductive Justice.

Students rally for abortion access, trans rights on YDSA’s Day of Action

Rachel Erwin, managing editor October 11, 2022

Northeastern students led a rally for reproductive justice and trans rights last week in the wake of continued conversations about the overturning of Roe v. Wade.  The event, led by Northeastern’s...

The Marine Science Center has been at the center of controversy in Nahant since Feb. 2018, when the expansion was first announced. Protests began in early 2018, and some residents continue their strong opposition now, more than five years later.

Northeastern scores major win in Nahant Superior Court, residents divided on outcome

Grace Comer, campus editor October 11, 2022

Last month Northeastern won a major victory against the small Massachusetts town of Nahant in its case to expand the Marine Science Center that has been in the works for over five years. In a Sept. 20...

Rogers Hall is one of two dorms on Wentworths campus that has been rented for Northeastern students this year. Some students in these dorms have expressed disappointment that they are not on Northeasterns campus.

Northeastern students living in Wentworth residence halls encounter challenges

Alexis Zacharakos, news correspondent October 10, 2022

Since the start of the 2021 Fall Semester, Northeastern has rented housing on Wentworth Institute of Technology’s campus to provide enough living space for students living in university housing.  Students...

Members of the lettuce club brought back the annual lettuce-eating competition to campus at the Sept. 30 meeting. A new club president, second-year Oscar Wilmerding, emerged victorious.

Competitive lettuce-eating club returns to campus

Erin Fine, news staff October 10, 2022

Northeastern’s Lettuce Club met Sept. 30 for its second annual competition — to eat an entire head of lettuce in the shortest time. The winner is named the new club president and gains the honor of...

Hundreds of students crowd Speare Place waiting for the start of the Underwear Run Oct. 1. 2022 was the 15th year of the run after two years of COVID-19 related cancellations. photo by ali caudle

Students shed their clothes for return of Northeastern’s ‘Underwear Run’

Maisie Saganic, news correspondent October 6, 2022

Speare Place was overrun with hundreds of Northeastern students stripped down to their underwear Saturday night as they waited to begin the 16th annual Underwear Run. After two years of cancellations due...

Students stop at tables at the Sustainability and Bike fair in Centennial Common. The fair highlighted both on and off-campus organizations that promote sustainability. photo by quillan anderson

Sustainability and Bike Fair highlights sustainable habits, student groups

Katherine Mailly, news correspondent October 6, 2022

Students organizations, Northeastern committees and groups from Boston gathered in Centennial Common Sept. 27, for the Sustainability and Bike Fair. Organized by the Climate Justice and Sustainability...

NU students showcase dances to celebrate diversity at NU Husky Global Fair

Northeastern celebrates diversity at Husky Global Fair

Ivy Tran, news correspondent October 6, 2022

As the new school year kicks off, it has become a Northeastern tradition to celebrate the multiculturalism of the school through an annual carnival-style event — the Husky Global Fair, or HGF. At the...

The scene outside Holmes Hall after it was evacuated Sept. 13. Jason Duhaime, the former new technology manager and director of the Immersive Media Lab at Northeastern, was arrested Oct. 4 in connection with the exploding packaged.

Exploding package deemed a hoax, former staff member arrested in connection

Marta Hill, editor-in-chief October 4, 2022

A man has been arrested and charged in connection with the alleged exploding package found in Holmes Hall three weeks ago.  Jason Duhaime, the former new technology manager and director of the Immersive...

Noble Mushtak speaks in front of Shillman Hall Sept. 10 during NU Disorientation’s campus tour, explaining Northeastern’s history of blocking non-tenure track faculty from unionizing. NU Disorientation’s tour took students around various locations on campus that corresponded to a specific grievance. photo by jesica bak.

NU Disorientation’s first in-person event reveals social injustices, grievances with university

Jesica Bak, news correspondent October 3, 2022

In the midst of Northeastern’s welcome week this year, a coalition of student activist groups forming NU Disorientation held its first in-person event, determined to disrupt the university’s official...

The Northeastern Faculty Senate office, located in Ryder Hall. President Aoun told the Faculty Senate that Northeastern’s global network will only continue to expand.

President Aoun gives annual address at faculty senate meeting, discusses global network, mergers, acquisitions

Ethan Wayne, news staff September 30, 2022

The university’s faculty senate held its biweekly meeting Sept. 28, with President Joseph E. Aoun delivering his annual address to the body of senators from Northeastern’s academic colleges. Prior...

A Northeastern dining hall worker speaks at a HOWL rally in April 2022.
Rosario said the student-labor alliance provided dining workers
confidence in negotiations with Chartwells.

Northeastern dining workers agree to historic new contract with Chartwells

Sonel Cutler, deputy campus editor September 28, 2022

Tuesday, Sept. 6 was an unusual night for Emajhonel Rosario, a 27-year-old grill cook at the United Table at International Village, and many of his colleagues. As the clock ticked past midnight, 30 dining...

Students leaving Holmes Hall Sept. 13 evening found the building surrounded by police officers and bomb squad members following an explosion of a pelican case in Northeasterns virtual reality lab.

Students react to Holmes Hall detonation, evaluate campus safety

Rachel Erwin and Erin Fine September 26, 2022

Northeastern students’ lives have mostly returned to normal following an on-campus package detonation, but some are still questioning what exactly happened and why the administration has seemingly moved...

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